The Best DIY Cold Brew with Coffee Sommelier

1 hour virtual event

Event short description

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Hosted by Bean & Bean

You'll be taught by a certified coffee cupper who has taught hundreds of students through virtual coffee events. This event is like no other! You'll have fun and good laughs, learn about coffee and pick up some tricks for coffee brewing. This session will change the way you see coffee forever.

Virtual event

This host will provide a zoom video conference.

Group size

This event supports 12 - 100 participants.

Group participation level

Medium - Guests will be sent a kit or prompted to participate in this event.

Event duration

1 hour

Kit included

A kit to accompany the event will be delivered to each guest prior to the event date.

Full details

How it works

This experience features a class taught by Q Graders aka Coffee Sommeliers and trained coffee experts that have taught hundreds of students and professional coffee brewers.

Complete kits of specialty coffee beans and all the cold brew equipment you need are shipped to each participant in eco-friendly packaging.

Each class is tailored to suit the goals and needs of your group. Are you looking to have fun? Enhance your knowledge of coffee? Bond virtually over an excellent cup of coffee (or two)?

A Note From Bean & Bean

👋 We're Rachel + Jiyoon Han, the Mother-Daughter Q Grader Duo™ behind every coffee that gets served at Bean & Bean. Since opening the first shop on Rector & Broadway in 2008, we've grown Bean & Bean to four locations, now with a roastery in Queens, New York.

☕ We're both Q Arabica Graders (AKA the sommeliers of coffee) and we source our coffees with great care. When you drink our coffee, you're not just getting quality; you're also making a promise to do better in the world. At first, we started by sourcing only organic and fair trade certified coffee to ensure environmental sustainability and fair compensation for farmers. But through time, we realized there was more we needed to be doing than that.

👩 Despite comprising half of the coffee workforce, women earn significantly less than their male counterparts and lack access to training and resources. Since we opened doors in New York City in 2008, Bean & Bean has been working to bridge the gender gap in coffee throughout the value chain. Together with our partners, we strive for women to get their fair share from origin to your cup.

🔮 Currently more than half of all of our coffee is female-powered. Our goal is to source as much female-powered coffee as possible. When you brew our coffee, you’re also brewing change. On behalf of the many mothers, families, and communities that made your coffee possible, thank you for choosing Bean & Bean.

Take it slow and brew it well,

Rachel + Jiyoon

Mother Daughter Coffee Duo

Shipping & delivery

This event includes a shipment to each guest's address. You'll have to provide addresses 14 days prior to the event to allow for shipping and delivery.

Shipping policy or exclusions

Bean & Bean Coffee Roasters currently ships to the U.S, Canada, and select other countries. We ship to the US via USPS, and we offer both 3-7 day Ground Shipping and 1-3 day Priority Shipping. Internationally, we ship through UPS or FedEx.

International shipping is available but is not included in the price and will incur additional costs
Expedited shipping is not available for this event

Things you'll need

Each guest will need to supply the items below to participate fully in this event.

  • Your kit

How to join

This event is delivered using the video platform: Zoom

The host is not able to use a video link provided by you.

Other things you will need to join:

  • Link to this event, provided after purchase
  • Internet connected device, tablets and phones are supported
  • Internet connection
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Your host Bean & Bean

We're Rachel and Jiyoon Han, the Mother Daughter Q Grader Duo™ behind every coffee that gets served at Bean & Bean. Since opening the first shop on Rector and Broadway in 2008, we've grown Bean & Bean to four locations, now with a roastery in Queens, New York.